The ties between the Georgian and Lithuanian Interior Ministries will now become stronger as the two countries have signed a memorandum of understanding between their police units.
Signing a memorandum today, Georgia’s First Deputy Interior Minister Besik Amiranashvili and the Head of the Lithuanian National Police Linas Pernavas believe the two countries will not only deepen cooperation but also exchange expertise in crime prevention, fight against crime and relevant education.
To achieve this, joint seminars and study-tours will be provided. Photo by the Interior Ministry
During the visit of the Lithuanian delegation to Georgia, Lithuanian law enforcers visited the police department in Georgia’s region of Shida Kartli.
Lithuanian delegation visited Georgia under a project aimed at deepening cooperation between the police units of the Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries in which the participating states exchange experience and expertise with one another.